ya,Ayasegawa Yumichika, the guy with black hair and the feathers in it. He has the 5 bladed crescent sword. I like his attitude. He is in squad 11, known to be the toughest squad, who looks down upon those who have to use magic or power draining techniques. In the manga, we finally get to see its true released form, where it creates the thorns that drain an enemies soul power and gives it to back to him.
Due to this, he has to hide his power from all of his teammates, fighting everything with just his 1st release form. So he is obviously a great fighter to get that high up in squad 11 while keeping his true power a secret. Ikkaku has shown his bankai to a couple of people, and really to a lot if you count DDR. But i think that Ayasegawa Yumichika may know how to also go bankai, its just hes way to proud to ever use it.
As for strongest captains, I'm really interested in seeing Kyoraku Shunsui and Ukitake in action, I think they might prove to be the 2 strongest really, with unique duel bladed swords. Of course, can we count Urahara or the former captains who are now vizards? hehe. The manga though right now is showing us some of their true skills.
Pajter, on Nov 27 2008, 00:43, said:
Reading this topic is kinda making me want to watch Bleach again. I'd have much to catch up too though. Although I could probably skip a lot of fillers.
Could anyone tell me if it's worth the time to pick up the series again? I quit watching when they had to search for some key or something, because someone wanted to assassinate the king of something.
and great sig and avatar rappy.
the whole filler between the arancarr fights isnt as bad as the bounts, because there is some interesting events, but all in all, you can really skip it. But its worth it now. if you read the manga, you will see why. Bleach is starting to get insane with an all out royal rumble.